As a state organization, the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters is at the forefront of benefit offerings in the United States. We’ve worked hard to look out for the interests of our members by creating significant benefits that can last a lifetime. The Law Enforcement Officers’ and Fire Fighters’ defined benefit pension plan is administered by the Washington Department of Retirement Services.

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NWFFT

The WSCFF has worked hard to develop a comprehensive, affordable, and sustainable health plan that will be here for all of us and our families when we need it.

NWFFT Medical Plans

The Northwest Fire Fighters Benefits Trust provides comprehensive, affordable, and sustainable plans.

WSCFF Life & Disability

WSCFF Life & Disability offers a broad set of life and disability insurance plans underwritten by Cigna, available at competitive premiums.

Disability Claim FAQs

Questions and answers to help you file a short-term or long-term disability claim with Standard Insurance Company.

MERP

The Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan (MERP) of the WSCFF Employee Benefit Trust provides crucial benefits for you and your family in retirement.

Workers' Compensation

If you are a LEOFF Retirement System Plan 2 member and you become disabled, you might be entitled to a disability benefit.

LEOFF Plan 2

The Law Enforcement Officers' and Firefighters' Retirement (LEOFF) System is administered by the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems (DRS).

LEOFF Plan 2 Ombudsman

The Ombudsman helps LEOFF Plan 2 members and their families research and apply for benefits for employment-related disability or line of duty death.

Retirement Checklist

Get the detailed guide that will help you prepare for retirement.

Scholarships

Dependents of WSCFF current and past members are eligible to apply for WSCFF Benevolent Fund scholarships.

Trusted Partnerships

Trusted partners provide quality services to WSCFF members.